Harmony is a Texas-born, Texas-wide public charter school system with campuses in a neighborhood near you.
Harmony offers a 'small school' feel thanks to our reduced staff-to-student ratios and individualized learning plans.
Harmony is proud to say that 100% of our seniors graduate with an acceptance letter to college or plans to enter the U.S. military.
Harmony high school seniors graduate at well above both the national graduation rate (84%) and the Texas graduation rate (93%).
Two-out-of-three Harmony graduates become the first person in their family to ever attend college, double the national average.
Absolutely not. Harmony is a tuition-free, Texas public charter school. We believe every student deserves the opportunity to attend a high-quality public school that fits their individual needs regardless of income.
All children residing in a Harmony school's geographic boundary who meet registration requirements are eligible to attend. Unlike most other schools, though, Harmony's geographic boundaries are much wider and generally include the entire community and/or county(ies) in which the school resides, meaning that all students in the area – regardless of neighborhood or family income level – have the same opportunity to attend a high-quality Harmony school
No documents are needed just to apply. However, if your child is selected for enrollment during the lottery process, you will need to provide the following:
If the number of applications received is greater than the number of available spots in a certain grade or school, Harmony will use a "blind" lottery system to ensure fairness for all applicants who applied. The lottery is conducted using a randomized lottery selection software under the supervision of the campus principal or his/her designee, or the Area Superintendent. Results of the lottery are verified by a notary public.
Yes. Siblings of returning students currently enrolled at a Harmony Public School are not exempt from the lottery, but are given priority in the lottery, space permitting. To be eligible, the initial sibling must re-enroll by the designated deadline. If two siblings apply and one is seated, the other sibling will move to the sibling priority wait list. (Note: “Sibling” means biological or legally adopted. Cousins, nieces, nephews, and unrelated children in home are not considered siblings.)
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